Take them on a journey into the world of birds this June!

Take them on a journey into the world of birds this June!

If your kid loves to explore, then find out more about an exciting experience in the great outdoors, right here in Singapore!

Don’t let your kid get bored doing the same holiday activities this year. Send them on an unforgettable and unique experience with the feather-friendly team at Jurong Bird Park.

Since opening in 1971, Jurong Bird Parkhas evolved to become one of the most enthralling attractions in Singapore and Asia’s largest bird park. It now has over 5,000 birds living among the luscious greenery.

Hosting world-class bird shows and two of the world’s largest walk-in aviaries, it is sure to entertain and excite those little minds this holiday. It is also home to a breeding and research centre that opens up a whole new world of discovery for kids.

Kids Enter Free at Jurong Bird Park

During the holiday season, i.e. between 31 May – 29 June 2014, the park is running a “Kids Enter Free” promotion, giving one child free admission per each full-priced paying adult.

Get your ‘Kids Enter Free’ admission coupon now! Terms and conditions apply.

What’s more, this June, kids can come to “Be a Junior Birdwatcher” and take part in a series of fun activities to learn more about birds.

Be a Junior Birdwatcher this holiday!

Jurong Bird Park’s “Be a Junior Birdwatcher” activities will get your mini adventure-seekers out and about. You will also be surrounded by nature and all its beauty.

These exciting activities are educational, but still fun and interactive. Set in the Waterfall Aviary, the world’s largest walk-in aviary, kids will be amazed by the 600 free-ranging birds that surround them.

Among the 50 species to look out for are turacos, starlings, rollers, guinea fowls and roseate spoonbills – giving them the opportunity to really feel like a birdwatcher.

An impressive 30m man-made waterfall provides a backdrop to this wonderful home for the birds, which can also be enjoyed from an elevated vantage point view on the suspension bridge in the park.

jurong bird park

The holiday activities, which take place in the impressive Waterfall Aviary, give kids the chance to meet the birds up close and have a go at feeding them.

So, what’s in store for your junior birdwatcher this holiday? 

The following activities are running between 7-29 June on Saturdays and Sundays only.

  • The Curious Adventures of Rico – live show!

It’s showtime! Watch on as Rico, the ultimate birdwatcher, goes on a quest to find the lost Kaka bird. See him uncover the Kaka bird’s whereabouts with help from the audience.
Time: 1.30pm (30 minutes)
Venue: Waterfall Aviary Terrace (Level 2)

  • Let’s Go Birdwatching

Go on a mini birdwatching expedition through the Waterfall Aviary and learn about all the friendly inhabitants of the Aviary. Play a game of spotting the birds and stand to win a prize!
Time: 1.00pm & 2.00pm (30 minutes per session)
Venue: Waterfall Aviary
Limited spaces only, registration required. Registration commences 30 minutes before activity at venue.

  • Junior Birdwatcher Academy

If you want to win the Junior Birdwatcher Certificate, just grab a junior birdwatcher logbook*and complete all tasks. There’s even a fun bonus task – get a face painting or do some handy bird craft!
Time: 12.00pm – 4.00pm
Venue: Get your logbook from the entrance of the park
*While stocks last.

  • Bird Feeding at Waterfall Aviary

Get up close with the amazing birds! Kids have the chance to learn about the birds, see them close-up, and experience feeding* them.
Time: 10.30am & 2.30pm (15 minutes per session)
Venue: Waterfall Aviary
*Bird feed may be purchased on-site if you would like to feed the birds.

Kids will go wild for this unique and amazing experience. With over 400 species of birds at Jurong Bird Park, get ready to take flight into a world of colourful surprises!

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

2 Jurong Hill, Singapore, 628924
Opening Hours: 8.30am – 6pm
Tel: (65) 6265 0022

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Nancy Emery

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